2 edition of Cultural perspectives on longevity found in the catalog.
Cultural perspectives on longevity
World Assembly on Aging (2nd 2002 Madrid, Spain)
|Statement||United Nations Second World Assembly on Ageing, April 2002 ; Robert N. Butler ... [et al.].|
|Genre||Cross-cultural studies, Congresses.|
|Contributions||Butler, Robert, 1927-, International Longevity Center.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1061 .W665 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2003279104|
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While many cultures celebrate the aging process and venerate their elders, in Western cultures -- where youth is fetishized and the elderly are commonly removed from the community and relegated to hospitals and nursing homes -- aging can become a shameful experience.
Physical signs of human aging tend to be regarded with distaste, and aging is often depicted in a negative light in popular. E-Book Review and Description: The penalties of worldwide ageing will have an effect on almost all areas of life to be encountered inside the twenty first century, along with the natural limits of healthful longevity, the generational contract and nature of family ties, the make-up of households and communities, symbolic representations of midlife and former age and attitudes in the direction.
Aging and Well-Being in Japan. Demographic data show that Japan is an older and more quickly aging society than the U.S. Japan has the highest median age (41 years) and longest life expectancy (80 years) in the world (the respective numbers in the U.S.
are 35 and 77) (Kinsella & Velkoff, ).Thus, by sheer numbers, older persons may be more salient in social policies, common practices, and Cited by: Longevity – The Food Secrets of Cultures With The Longest Lifespan.
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The pressure to build authentic global networks and to cultivate an appreciation and respect for cultural differences and similarities has driven cultural intelligence to 4/4(19). The book provided good coverage of developmental psychology concepts. There was no index or glossary included, although the fact that the book is in an electronic format makes this less problematic than for a hard copy book.
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[Jay Sokolovsky;] -- The consequences of global aging will influence virtually all areas of life to be encountered in the 21st century, including the biological limits of healthy longevity, the generational contract and.
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College students (N = 3,) in 26 cultures reported their perceptions of age-related changes in physical, cognitive, and socioemotional areas of functioning and rated societal views of aging within their culture. There was widespread cross-cultural consensus Cited by: Cultural perspective pervades every aspect of human life, from the mundane to the exotic or foreign.
It affects how people relate to one another and their ability to communicate. Individuals with dramatically different cultural perspectives may find that they have an especially hard time understanding why the other behaves a certain way. “The Aging Challenge” was a multidisciplinary colloquium that examined the individual life cycle, cognition, aging through literature and poetry, cross-cultural perspectives on aging and mortality, and philosophical perspectives on aging.
Another study group, “The New Age of Aging,” examined the hidden cultural roots of this stage of life. “It is extremely important to find work that the soul in our heart truly wants us to do, not what others expect of us.
We need to find the kind of work we will never regret doing but would regret never having done—that kind of work and life. Perspectives on Aging This chapter presents central theories of aging from different disciplines and describes the approach taken in the current book. By the end of this chapter you should be able to: • Describe demographic changes that will occur in the next 50 years • Describe the variability among older people • Distinguish between.
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Each book contains articles from scientists. Introduction: evolutionary and cultural perspectives on longevity. An important narrative configuration of old age, which I wish to pursue in two case studies, is that of longevity – a concept and a narrative that is closely related to evolutionary models of ageing and to the continuous preoccupation in Western societies with challenging the limits of the human life-span by bio-medical Author: Heike Hartung.
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This book analyzes the impact of culture on employee justice judgments and reactions to perceptions of fairness and unfairness. I start this book with the following two questions. Why is a book on culture and organizational justice needed?
What does such a book add to the extant literature on organizational justice, especially, after the publication of the landmark work of Colquitt and.Jan 01, · Transitions and Transformations, Edited by Caitrin Lynch and Jason Danely, is a collection of thirteen ethnographically rich chapters on the /5.A comparison and contrast of "longevity in antiquity" (such as the Sumerian King List, the genealogies of Genesis, and the Persian Shahnameh) with "longevity in historical times" (common-era cases through twentieth-century news reports) is elaborated in detail in Lucian Boia's book Forever Young: A Cultural History of Longevity from.